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I Know there are a lot of Starbug models online, but when I looked at them all the STLs available where all grouped meaning if one part goes wrong of gets damaged you have to reprint the entire model.
My only option was to create my own and here is the result.
I know there is going to be some detail missing, the thin rods on the legs for instance. This has been done deliberately to enable easier printing and assembly.
I used an infill of 20% on the body and 100% on the smaller parts.
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I used supports, an infill of 20% on the body and 100% on the smaller parts.
- 3D file format: ZIP
- Last update: 2021/02/15 at 13:26
- Publication date: 2020/12/30 at 13:55
I always wanted to be a draftsman and have always had a passion for designing things. I started my life as a cabinet maker, so love making things, whether it’s out of paper, cardboard, wood or plastic.
I am a keen crafter and amateur book binder. I love computers and consider myself very computer literate. I have taught IT, built my own PC’s, repaired PC’s and worked in IT for a short while. So it was only natural that considering my background I would move into 3D printing.
I consider myself a novice, but am learning new techniques every day and love Thingyverese. What a wonderful place to learn and share my work with like minded people.
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